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SBD Global/June 3, 2013/Events and Attractions
Rafael Nadal Rips French Open Scheduling After Weather Delays Give Him 'Unfair' Draw
Published June 3, 2013
PULLING RANK: In London, Paul Newman reported Nadal repeated his belief that world rankings "should be based on results over two years rather than one." Nadal: "When you get an injury like [Juan Martin] del Potro for nine months you come back as No. 900 in the world, but you are clearly not No. 900 in the world." Nadal said that he would "not object to a longer season." He would be happy to have a 12-month schedule because it would "create more opportunities for more people to make a living from the sport"-- provided there was a reduction in the number of mandatory tournaments (INDEPENDENT, 6/1).